I do not have a 9mm revolver but I have experience with both charter arms and Taurus and they both have a model that fires 9mm and both have been reliable enough for me to recommend looking into there models.
Most revolvers utilize a rimmed cartridge. 9mm does not have the extra diameter rim found on a 38 spl for example.I am trying to stick to 9mm hand guns in my collection for a number of reasons and my wife was asking about a revolver for her first gun. A quick google search only found a couple models. Why is 9mm a uncommon revolver caliber and does anyone have a 9mm revolver they would suggest?
If you live anywhere in the Marion County Oregon area, I know where you can get a blue Taurus 905.Bigcountry02 said:I was looking at the Taurus 905 model; but, nothing in stock. My next model is the Charter Arms has 9mm Pitbull; however, same at the Taurus.
They're both 2" snub-nose. Local dealer has put in a request; but, his go to distributor was very gloomy on availability of Charter Arms model.
The request is in.
That kind of makes sense. My 905mcb said:I have found that 9mm does not shoot well out of my Ruger Blackhawk convertible. It is a good shooter with 38 special or 357 mag but the 9mm is not accurate.
It may be due to the slightly smaller 9mm bullet (.355 vs .357) in diameter.